this last comer will rule over us permanently, but they make so many changes that no one can tell who is to be the next lord paramount.
There must surely be something in the wind, they are gathering here in such numbers.
I feel uneasy about Gen. Toombs, who, not more than a week ago, was still in the county.
June 7, Wednesday
I started out soon after breakfast and got rid of several duty visits to old ladies and invalids.
There is certainly something in the air. The town is fuller o even then.
I had trotted around so much all day and danced so much at night, that my feet ached when I went to bed, as if I were a rheumatic old woman.
June 13, Tuesday
Mary Wynn has gone home and invited us to her house next Monday.
Jule Toombs has gone out with her, and several others are invited to meet us there.
The more I know of Mary, the better I like her; she is so thoroughly good-hearted . .
June 14, Wednesday
We all spent the morning at Mrs. Paul Semmes's and had a c